Unmissable Dining Experiences in London this Autumn
From kooky pop-ups to world class cuisine, London's culinary scene is thriving this autumn. These are the dining experiences you don't want to miss
London Restaurant Festival (1 – 31 October)
Why choose just one London restaurant when you can sample a smorgasboard of the city’s best cuisine in this culinary tour? From hallowed Michelin-starred institutions to earthy independent eateries, nibble your way through tasting menus and drinks at six of the best dining spots in town. Book now to get a festival passport and pick your gastronomic journey.
Zetter Townhouse, Marylebone
Just months after opening, Marylebone’s newest Boutique Hotel is already the place to be seen for London’s elite. The sumptuous yet understated cocktail lounge feels like a Georgian drawing room and is open from breakfast until late. Nibbles, small plates and heartier meals are courtesy of a Michelin-starred chef and a master mixologist designs the cocktails. The Zetter Townhouse is classic decadence at its best.
Gingerline: Chambers of Flavour, Secret Location (22 September – 13 November)
Feeling adventurous? This wacky immersive supper-club combines performance, art and design to transform supper into a top-secret sensory overload. London’s smitten with this weird and wonderful dining adventure: Gingerline’s newest culinary adventure sold out in hours. More tickets are released at noon on 15 September, so be ready to book.
Curry is officially Britain’s favourite food and it doesn’t get any better than Michelin-starred Mayfair Indian Restaurant Gymkhana. With a contemporary take on spice, the menu is a masterclass of flavour that has critics raving and all of this at a very reasonable price. It’s so beloved that tables are like gold dust, so book ahead.